UN asked to intervene in jailed mom lawsuit

UN asked to intervene in jailed mother case

UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit

UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit Image copyright Free Nazanin Image caption Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was detained in Iran when she was visiting her parents with he newborn daughter

A charity has asked the UN to intervene over a British-Iranian girl detained in Tehran for 22 months.

Human rights organisation Redress has written to the UN, claiming Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s continued detention amounts to torture.

She was arrested on snooping charges in April 2016, accused of plotting to overthrow the Iranian government.

Her husband Richard said his wife has experienced difficulty strolling as well as extreme hair and weight loss.

Redress has written to the UN special rapporteur on behalf of the mother’s household, stating that evidence “strongly suggests” Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s treatment amounts to torture.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Caught in Iran power battle The uncertain fate of Iran’s incarcerated dual nationals Global powers elude US over Iran bargain shifting Image caption Mr Ratcliffe met with Boris Johnson to discuss his wife’s case in 2017 Image caption Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been held in Iran since April 2016

UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit
UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit
UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit
UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit
UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit

UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit

UN Asked To Intervene In Jailed Mom Lawsuit

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